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Riding High (12-Apr-1950)

Director: Frank Capra

Writers: Robert Riskin; Jack Rose; Melville Shavelson

From novel: Broadway Bill by Mark Hellinger (unpublished story)

Keywords: Comedy, Horse Racing

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